Lead in worship by Friedrich Brunzema while Pastor Dawn was on vacation, here is the sermon.
While Pastor Dawn and Friedrich were leading worship and preaching at Epiphany Lutheran Church in Scarborough, we welcomed Vicar Miriam Steinbach to lead us in worship. Here is her sermon in English.
While Pastor Dawn and Friedrich were leading worship and preaching at Epiphany Lutheran Church in Scarborough, we welcomed Vicar Miriam Steinbach to lead us in worship. Here is her sermon in German.
Pastor Dawn reflects on how we listen to and speak the truth when truth appears hard to find.
Continuing in the Christmas season, Pastor Dawn reflects on the young Jesus, and his invitation to an adventure.
Pastor Dawn talks about the meaning of the child king of Isaiah for us as we welcome the Messiah.
On “Mary Sunday”, Pastor Dawn places the mother of Jesus in the prophetic tradition.
To begin our service of Lessons and Carols, Pastor Dawn introduces us to the prophet Isaiah, and offers cues for listening to particular themes in the 7 lessons.
*Correction. In her reflection, Pastor Dawn calls Lessons and Carols an ancient custom. It is, in fact, only 100 years old.
Our series on our relationship with our Jewish neighbours continues with one we do not normally call a Hebrew prophet-John the Baptist. Special thanks to Peter Haresnape for his thoughtful sermon sending us out to the margins to join the prophets’ call.
For Advent and Christmas, Pastor Dawn has begun a series, “Our Shared Hope”. Using the Hebrew texts for Advent, we are exploring the hopes we hold in common with our Jewish siblings. This morning, Pastor Dawn introduces the series and expands on the prophet Jeremiah.
Focus text: Jeremiah 33:14-16